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This recipe was so simple and it turned out great. We marinated the ribs overnight and then smoked them in the smoker outside all day - first without foil to allow the smoke flavor in and then wrapped them in foil at the end. They were fall off the bone delicious. Thanks for posting!
Never knew ribs could be this good; seriously tender & so downright finger licking good. Thanks for an amazingly easy & delicious keeper!
I wanted to make my own barbecue sauce (using your recipe), but didn't have the time. Then I found this recipe of yours. This recipe worked wonderfully. I added extra honey and seasonings (chili powder, Old Bay, garlic powder and onion powder) to the barbeque sauce (Sweet Baby Rays). But I followed your directions otherwise. I marinated them for 24 hours before putting them in the oven. These make tender delicious ribs. I can't wait to try your other Baby Back Ribs Recipe too. If you are looking to make delicious tender ribs, then this recipe is for you! Your guests and family will truly be impressed.
These are fantastic. Easy clean up. My first time to make ribs and I looked like a pro. Thank you!!!!!!!!
Oh these were so good. I had short ribs so used those, with PC Smokin Habanero bbq sauce (habanero and tequila). The honey helped temper the heat, the clean up was almost non existant, and the tenderness and flavor were superb. i think this would work in the crockpot as well, just put on a foil broiling pan for the last 20 minutes.
Awesome!! This couldn't have been easier and it was amazing!!! I knew I could count on you to nail it ;)
Another fabulous recipe from kittencal!!! I only had enough time to marinate them for 5 hours (poor planning) but they still came out great. I did add cajun seasoning to them before I added the sauce! BEST RIBS I EVER ATE!
Delicious!!! And soooooo easy! I went the really easy route and used Reynold's Non-Stick Foil, omitting the need to spray regular foil. For each rack I just put a line of honey down the foil, poured BBQ sauce over that, laid the ribs on top. A repeat line of honey down the topside, followed by more BBQ sauce, wrapped 'em up & let them sit in the fridge overnight. The next day, I cooked according to the directions here, but instead of opening the foil for the last 20 min, I took them out of the foil and finished them right on the grill. Use care with this last step, they were so tender they were falling off the bone on the grill. So, find a BBQ sauce you love & enjoy!
We really enjoyed these a lot. So easy to put together too! I used a maple BBQ sauce. I prepared this on the grill with indirect heat at about 400F. We enjoyed these with Herb Butter for French Bread. Made for Kittencal's Grilling Tag Game. Thanks Kittencal! :)